Tuesday, 11/7/23, 6-9 p.m., via Zoom
If you’ve thought about applying to the MALS program, Open Class Night (this year on Tuesday November 7 at 6 PM) is an opportunity to see what a MALS seminar is like. The class that we’ve opened up this semester is by Professor John Montano of the History Department. His course is: Interpreting the Past: POLITICS, PARTIES & CHARLES II
On the evening when the class is open to the public they will be discussing the Popish Plot and Exclusion crisis, along with the origins of political parties originating from ideological divisions over the past 20 years since the Restoration. John Dryden’s “Absalom and Achitophel” will help focus the discussion and explore the use of “moderation” as rhetorical device.
This class meets on line but many of our classes are in person each semester. For the foreseeable future, we plan to offer one of our classes online and the rest in person.
Please register at email@example.com to attend Open Class Night by November 3rd and we will send you the Zoom link to the course. Please feel free to forward this on to someone interested in the MALS Program.
Hope to see you there!